Vegetarian Pad Thai with a basic Pad Thai sauces of five ingredients resilient to any vegetables that you have on house! It's so easy and incredibly tasty!
Ingredients for this recipe are: one Zucchini, one red pepper, half cup dry roasted peanuts, brown rice noodles, pad thai noodles, long moth sprouts, two carrots, two tablespoons olive oil, one beaten egg, half cup cilantro, half cup green onions, half cup basil, half cup beans, three tablespoons vegan fish sauce, three tablespoons brown sugar, three tablespoons vegetable broth, two tablespoons white vinegar, one tablespoons soy sauce, one tablespoon chili paste and salt.
Instructions for this recipe:
1. To absorb the undercooked noodles, put them in a bowl of ice water. The zucchini, bell pepper (red), and onion are spiralized into noodle-like types. Break the carrots into very tiny chunks (or if they're wide sufficiently, curl them, too).
2. Squish the ingredients in the sauces into a container.
3. Over low-medium pan, heat a tablespoon of olive oil. Add the vegetables and stir fry for three to four minutes with tweezers till the tender-crisp (if they are not coiled, they might need longer). They'll get sticky and thick. Be cautious not to overcook them. Move and set down for a plate.
4. To the tub, add about a tablespoon of olive oil. Drain the noodles and first wash them with cold water, so by now they must be softer. Heat the pan, add the noodles, and cook for a minute or two, using tweezers to toss. Include the sauces and cook until the sauces begin thinning and sticks to the noodles for the next two to three minutes. To allow that little space for the egg, shift the noodles aside. Put the beaten egg into the hot pan and let it stay for 30-40 seconds or so. With the tweezers, toss that around. The paste of eggs will attach to the noodles and it will begin to get moist.
5. Add all the veggies in the pan, toss them together and extract them from the heat. Mix in and serve instantly with the dry roasted peanuts and herbs.
6. Pad Thai is ready. Enjoy the yummy food!